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Neighborhood Organizations on the Internet.

Brose, Mark.

The Twin Cities has developed one of the largest groups of neighborhoods on the Internet in the country. In 1995, at the request of several neighborhood organizations in Minneapolis, NPCR began providing support to community groups that wanted to share information electronically. This included technical assistance in getting connected to the Internet and training in how to use e-mail, listserves, and the World Wide Web, as well as how to create a Web page. NPCR's help has been instrumental in building the large group of wired" neighborhoods in the Twin Cities and NPCR continues to provide this help."

CURA Reporter
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Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
28 (2): 16-20.
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Reporter 28 (2)

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